Windows Password Unlocker I just completed using this tool on a “lost and found” laptop here at work. And Yes, it does work and has reset all of the passwords>
Windows Password Unlocker is professional Windows password reset tool for you to reset lost Windows domain password, administrator password or user password with ease. It provides you fast and secure solution to remove forgotten password of Windows 7/ XP/ Vista/ 2000/ 2003/ 2008 and allows you to log in the locked system easily by burning a bootable CD/DVD or USB flash drive.
And excellent “how to reset” tutorial is provided on line, showing how to complete this process, and what to expect. Great screen shots!
I asked the laptop to reset two passwords, a “guest” and Admin password. After restarting the computer, I was able to access the Control panel User Accounts change the information.
I would recommend this product, and the price is right!
note: free download did not reset passwords, you must buy it.
While surfing around this week I found Education.com. “Education.com provides parents of school-aged children with free access to information and resources to give them the answers they need — plus activities and articles that make learning together more fun for everyone.” Excellent resource for teachers too! Activities, newsletter updates and more.
Over the past few months we have seen the entire public school system of Oregon will welcome Google Apps. Many have spoken to the three major benefits of Google Apps:
1) It saves schools money, a top issue on Education reform
2) It boosts academic performance and motivation, and are increasing their reading ability
3) It prepares students for digital communication in the real world, prepares students for the outside world
Alison Saylor’s technology class is using Google Apps for Education to allow her students to create online portfolios and complete projects online. Alison says “It’s a fun way to do it and they (the students) really get into it. They’re very engaged.” She is a computer and technology teacher at Everitt Middle School in Wheat Ridge Colorado, “I just talked to a kindergarten teacher yesterday who’s ready to get kids on Google Apps,” the district education-technology specialist said. “The demand is huge, and it seems to be meeting a need in this 21st-century learning environment.”
If you’re a teaching looking to connect with other using Google Apps in the classroom surf on over to Classroom 2.0.
This is a group for people interesting in learning and sharing ideas aorund the implementation of Google Apps for Education. With over 300 members you are sure to connect with a fellow teacher. Current topics being discussed are K-5 Classroom use, funding, and help starting out.
Check out Techy things to Do this year in your classroom
58 pages of excellent ideas, that will provide the motivation for blogs, wiki’s and Google Sites.